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Tennis falls in sectional final, Blachly advances

The New Palestine tennis team dropped a hard-fought 3-2 match Friday to Mt. Vernon in the sectional championship match at Fishers. Ben Blachly will advance in the individual tournament as he remained unbeaten at No. 1 singles. He posted a 6-0, 6-0 victory Friday. He will compete in the individual tournament at North Central. Colin

Football wins 63-0 homecoming tilt

The New Palestine football team used another fast start Friday to pull away to a 63-0 homecoming victory over Shelbyville. The Dragons scored 21 points in the first quarter and a season-high 35 in the second period to take a 56-point lead at halftime. The Red Rage posted its second straight shutout. The varsity defense

LIFT Academy Presents Lucas Harbison, a 2015 Fishers High School Alum

Meet Lucas Harbison, a 2015 Fishers High School alum who is now pursuing his dream to fly through LIFT Academy. From favorite high school traditions to his first flight, Lucas shares how he made his way from high school diploma to flying high as a pilot. Hometown: Fishers, IN High school graduation year: 2015 Favorite school subject: Economy

Boys soccer seizes senior night victory

The New Palestine boys soccer team concluded the regular season Thursday with an emphatic 3-1 victory over Pendleton Heights on senior night. The Dragons conceded the first goal and trailed 1-0 at halftime, but rallied with a second-half flurry. Spencer Worth scored on a shot in the penalty area in the opening minute of the

Volleyball aces TC on pink night

The New Palestine volleyball team had a strong defensive performance Thursday in a 16-25, 26-24, 25-17, 25-21 victory over Triton Central on the “dig pink” night. Sarah Adam had a huge night, posting a double-double with 43 assists and 17 digs. She also had four kills and two aces. Grace Myers tallied 27 digs. Reina Amones

Tennis advances to sectional final

The New Palestine boys tennis team will once again play for a sectional title Friday, as the Dragons face Mt. Vernon at 4:30 p.m. at Fishers High School. The Dragons advanced by beating Eastern Hancock 4-1 in their sectional opener. The Dragons will be seeking their eighth consecutive sectional championship and their 11th in 12 years

Friday football preview: Dragons vs. Shelbyville

It’s the 52nd homecoming week at New Palestine, as the Dragons host the Shelbyville Golden Bears at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Dragons, armed with Class 5A’s top offense in points and yards, seek their seventh straight victory and their 11th consecutive homecoming win. Shelbyville is seeking its first victory. GAME DETAILS 5A No. 1/1 New

Dragons online store now open

Dragon fans have a new online place to shop at 1871 apparel, and give back to NPHS athletics at the same time. NPHS athletics will receive $2 from each item purchased. The online shop contains a wide variety of men’s, women’s and children’s apparel, hats and more. It can also handle custom orders. For information or to

Volleyball has strong performance in loss at Yorktown

The New Palestine volleyball team had a strong performance Tuesday in a three-set 25-13, 25-14, 25-11 loss at Yorktown. The Dragons, facing the two-time defending state champions, had a big defensive effort. Grace Myers had 16 digs. Kaelyn Armstrong had nine digs. Reina Amones and Rachel Popp had eight digs each, while Sarah Adam had

Girls soccer wins on senior night

The New Palestine girls soccer team celebrated a 9-0 victory Monday on senior night against Shelbyville. Prior to the game, the Dragons’ senior class was recognized. It didn’t take long for them to put the game away, as Haley Weinrich scored in the first 30 seconds. Maddy Miller tallied a hat trick and Edin Hurst